Author has written 8 stories for Lord of the Rings, Fanfiction Poetry, and Harry Potter.
You don't really want to hear about me, you want to know why I've been ignoring my stories. It's very simple: They've been ignoring me. I've tried to be understanding and not too pushy. I've let them be for a time, then tried to coax them out with a cup of coffee or a muffin from our favorite doughnut shop. No good. They're quite antisocial when they want to be.
This isn't strictly true. Dreams and Sacrifices is complete and standing quietly in the back corners of the right side of my brain. Same deal with A Real Home. I have the ending to Traitor written, but everything in the middle is sort of muddled. When I reach in to sort it out, it dances out of my grasp like the frogs my brothers and I used to catch in this nasty pond in the middle of Nowheresville, NY.
It takes times to catch frogs. For some reason I had more to time to write when I was in college. You wouldn't think this would be the case, but it is.
In the meantime, The Reader is being updated, mostly for grammatical reasons, but also in a vain attempt to get me going again. It is, I believe, the most honest anything I've written to date, which may explain why I'm still attached to it despite its glaring flaws.
"Many people hear voices when no-one is there. Some of them are called mad and are shut up in rooms where they stare at the walls all day. Others are called writers and they do pretty much the same thing." -- Meg Chittenden
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